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( will ) live look the embarcadero. welcome to kron four news weekend. i'm will tran, (will) a look at weather with dave spahr.. (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across
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mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend. ( will @ landing ) we start with breaking we start landing )( will @ ( will @ landing ) we start with breaking news.
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a 21-year-old man is dead this morning following a shooting in hayward. and the search continues for the shooter. this happened just after 8:00 last night. police responded to reports of shots fired near college heights park, on fielding drive. when they got there, they found a 21-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds. he went to the hospital where he later died. there is no description of the gunman. < hey bud, hey bud, you do that to me and i'll knock you flat. you stay out of this! hey hey hey!!!>( will ) our top story this morning... american airlines has suspended this flight attendant after this video surfaced, showing tense moments before a flight left s-f-o. ( will @ landing ) this morning we are learning new details about what led up to the intense confrontation between passengers and that flight attendant. kron four's averi harper is live at s-f-o with more on the situation. good morning averi.
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( averi ) according to w-f-a-a in dallas, the person who originally posted the video says it started over how a flight attendant dealt with a mother who was trying to store a stroller in an overhead bin. things apparently got out of hand when a flight attendant agressively snatched a stroller from the mother. hitting her with it and coming just inches from hitting a baby. american airlines did rebook the mother and her child in first class all the way to their final destination of argentina. ( will @ landing ) thanks averi.
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( will @ landng ) one man is dead and two others are injured in a shootout in the south bay. and the gunman still on the loose. this is a story we first broke yesterday on kron four news weekend. the shooting happened at a motel six in san jose. kron four's philippe djegal gets us up to speed with what's
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happening now. in the early morning... a visibly wounded man holding his wrist walks out of the motel six on the alameda in san jose. another gunshot victim limps away with help from a woman and a san jose police officer. a third man was carried out in a sheet... and, police say that man did not survive his injuries. international college student dhruv (droove) patel was startled out of bed by the gunfire just before 3- 30 in the morning. he lives behind the motel.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "i heard four gunshots probably. that's what i guess. so. someone fired -- probably one gunshot. and after, after a while i hear four more gunshots." a motel guest who heard the shooting says it happened outside in this parking lot... a neighbor whose lived in the area for quite some time says that violence isn't uncommon here... but the owner of the motel says that violence rarely escaltes to a homicide.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "sometime i feel scary to come, come to home in the night after 12." investigators continued mapping the crime scene well into saturday afternoon.
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motel guests were allowed in and out but no one else. police focused on the back part of the parking lot.. where evidence markers suggest shellcasings. right now, police say the victims who survived suffered non-life threatening injuries. no suspects have been announced or arrested. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( will ) there were around 600 marches science events across the country crowds gathered and marched to push back against lawmakers who, they say, are ignoring facts and research. organizers billed the marches yesterday as political but non-partisan -- an effort to support science and evidence-based research. for many demonstrators, it was also a protest against the policies of president trump. in washington, science advocate bill nye said "science must shape policy", not just in the united states, but around the world.
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of us: every citizen of every nation and society.">( will ) the marches were not just in the united states but across the world. coming up in about 20 minutes from now, we'll take a look at some of the marches here in the bay area. ( will ) the warriors in portland looking to take a commanding lead against the portland trail blazers. steve kerr was sick, so assistant mike brown filled in. we'll have more on kerr's status in just a minute. kevin durant also out with a calf strain for a second game in a row. and it was all blazers early in the game. damian lillard and c-j mccollum combine for 51 points in the first half. the dubs trailed by 17 at one point and then they got hot. klay thompson scores 14 in the 3rd. then steph curry started cooking.. he finished with 34 points and 8 assists. golden state comes back from behind to win, 119 to 113. they now lead the series 3 games to none. ( will ) game 4 won't be
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until tomorrow night in portland.. but the warriors may be without steve kerr for the remainder of the series. the warriors say kerr missed last night's game because of an illness. the san jose mercury news is reporting kerr was barely able to walk last night and was in pain. the team does not have an official diagnosis for kerr as of this morning. mike brown will continue to coach in kerr's absence. ( will ) still ahead. we go inside the california cabin where a tennessee teacher stayed with a teenage student who police say he kidnapped. plus. a major hashbrown recall you need to know about before you eat breakfast this morning. the strange item inside that can make you sick. and after the break... chipotle is raising prices... how much exactly? the answer after the break.
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-- that could impact your bottom line. ( will ) if you're thinking about getting chipotle for lunch today... it's going to cost you more. the restaurant says they are raising their prices by five-percent. this is the first price increase in three years. chipotle says this means a burrito could cost you 25 to 35 cents more. they are raising prices to pay for higher food and labor costs. experts say the price increase might be a hurdle for chipotle as they work to recover from a huge e-coli outbreak in 2015. the price hike has already gone into effect. morning clouds will burn off and strong sunshine will fill our sunday ! a touch breezy and cool...back with your forecast after we pay some bills.
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at the embarcadero this morning. (will) toss to weather. (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances
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across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend. (will) a section of a popular
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walking trail on the coast in pacifica is closed. the city put up signs shutting down a sidewalk along esplanade avenue. this is the same area we showed you last weekend just hours after
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a section of cliff gave way. since then, the city has removed a sitting bench and expanded the restricted area. the edge of the cliff is protected by a fence. as you can see, part of it is still hanging over the edge. we are told the city plans to repair the fence and bring it in closer to the trail. (will) the 39-day manhunt for tennessee teacher tad cummins and his 15 year-old former student elizabeth thomas ended at a small cabin in northern california. police say the two spent at least one night inside a small building deep in the mountains. sara sidner shows us what was found inside the cabin. police say the two spent at least one night in the remote cabin in siskiyou county in northern california it is a one room structure that was in the process of being built. it had no
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electricity or furniture. on friday, a grill, pots and pans, a bag of rice and boxes of food and empty bottles of soda and water remained in the cabin. there is a search and seizure list and a list of things taken out of the cabin including coconut oil and ky jelly. those things are important because authorities are trying to establish that there was some sort of sexual some sort of there was establish that are trying to authorities because important things are important because are trying to establish that there was some sort of sexual relationship between the two. (will) the father of a missing sacramento girl is pleading for her to come home. 17-year-old kamryn bresee was last seen on wednesday at her mother's home in brentwood.
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her family is growing increasingly concerned. according to her father breesee has bipolar disorder and is insulin dependent. he says she did have "some" insulin medicine on her when she went missing. but he fears it won't last long.
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police in indiana say she was found unresponsive after authorities received a 9-1-1 call. the cause of death has not been determined. moran was 56 years old. ( will ) still ahead. the san jose sharks face elimination in the n-h-l playoffs. we'll show you if they won or went home, after the break.
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in game 6 of the opening round in the n-h-l playoffs. team teal taking on the edmonton oilers in san jose. the sharks already down 3 to 2 in the series and the oilers get on the board first. edmonton then gets a chance for a break-away goal and they score again. in the third period, patrick marleau gives the sharks their first goal of the game. sharks get one
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more chance... ( will ) and a heartbreaker for san jose.. pavelski misses the shot. the oilers win 3 to 1. they win the series 4 games to 2. the sharks are now eliminated from the n-h-l playoffs. (will) in giants news... they were in colorado taking on the rockies looking to snap their 2 game losing streak. the team, looking for any sort of good news did not get off to a good start in this one. in the first with a runner on 3rd, nolan arenado lines this one to left. scoring charlie blackmon. the rockies would go on to score 3 runs in the inning. the giants wouldn't get on the board unitl the 6th. by then they were already down 6 to nothing. the rockies would go on to win this one big. final score 12 to 3.
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the giants will look go salvage a game today. 1st pitch, 12:10. ( will ) on the other side of the bridge. bob melvin and the red-hot a's were looking for their third straight series win against the seattle mariners. bottom of the first -- ryon healy hits a home run giving oakland a 3 to 1 lead. the green and gold never looked back.. they win the game and beat their divison rivals 4 to 3. they look to sweep the 4 game series at 1:05 this afternoon at ( will ) still ahead... thousands of people particiaped in march for sceience. we hear from demonstarors aftr the break.
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bay bridge. (will) dave spahr has your
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forecast... (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend.
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(will) some hash browns are being recalled because they may contain pieces of ágolf ballsá. the recall affects the frozen southern style hash browns sold under harris teeter and roundy's brands. according to the food and drug administration some golf ball materials may have been accidentally harvested with potatoes. the company that produces the food says eating the hash browns can lead to choking. but so far, there have been no reports of injuries. the recall affects two-pound bags sold in "marianos" and "metro market" supermarkets. (will) thousands of peope
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across the world participated in march for science. organizers say the march is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments. kron-4s jeff pierce was at san francisco's science march rally where he spoke to some of the people marching. (jeff pierce)thousands of marchers in support of the scientific community gathered saturday morning in san francisco to answer the threat they see as the politicizing of what should be established scientific fact.though some people would ask us to believe differently science is not an idealogy.the threats are to the scientists themselves, having their work questioned, denied their integrity, they're being called liars and frauds. that is a line we cannot stand.the fear is that the questioning of science by the political climate in the current administration in washington will result in
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serious cutbacks in scientific research.the cuts that we are talking about will really have a major impact on the progress and the speed of science.my research relies on funding from nih and there are a lot of concerns about that budget being cut which would have a big impact of the science i do focused on autism.what happens when we start to erode the funding or the trust we have in scientific institutions. the fact that we're even having a debate about the climate changing is still surprising.those speaking at the rally hoped to transcend idealogy and rely on scientific fact. even their rallying chants were an attempt to rise above partisan politics.what do we want, evidence based science. when do we want it? after peer review.the organizers were hopeful that the size of the crowd both here and throughout the world on saturday would shed light on the threat science is facing.resisting the war on science is central to the survival of our democracy.act up fight back. resist.what you've seen here and in hundreds of cities across the world including two hundred international cities gives me plenty of hope that the will is there. it's the
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next steps that we have to fill in.after the rally the thousands of science supporters marched up market street to join those already gathering at civic center celebrating earth day. in san francisco jeff pierce kron four news. (will @ bam) just a day after u-c berkeley responded to threats of a lawsuit surrounding ann coulter's planned appearance on campus, the attorney preparing that suit, is firing right back. kron four's spencer blake spoke with that attorney has the latest in the back and forth between both sides. follow along closely.the past several days have seen u-c berkeley cancel the planned april 27th speech by ann coulter -- citing safety concerns - then reverse course and offer may second as an option.that was soon followed by the threat of litigation
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from the berkeley college republicans (or b-c-r), which was followed by a university statement friday saying the group's attorney had 'factual errors' in the discussion. "they didn't point out any and i pointed out specific emails and documents that blow their story out of the water."that's attorney harmeet dhillon, whose latest response on ásaturday laid out a trail of emails dating back to march 17th in which she says the b- c-r discussed with the school the invitation they extended to coulter.the university claims it didn't know about such an invitationuntil officials read about it in a newspaper article.what really upsets dhillon is what she calls a secret rule the university laid out on march first about high-profile visitors having to speak before three p-m for safety reasons.she says the policy was unpublishedand also apparently didn't apply to people like former mexican president vicente fox, who spoke in the evening at u-c berkeley. "they have a due process obligation as a government entity to apply rules equally and fairly."some students we talked to feel like the scheduling issues for such a large university and a
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well-known speaker may be legitimatebut everyone we talked to said coulter should be allowed to speak."if we don't allow her to speak then we don't have the opportunity to engage with her and challenge her opinions or try to understand where she comes from.""i don't agree with what she says bit that doesn't really matter."well known liberals like comedian bill maher and bernie sanders have made statements defending coulter's right to speak on campus.in berkeley, spencer blake, kron four news. ( will ) still ahead. the santa cruz sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15-year old teen... will not face charges. find out why, after the break. ( will ) live look outside... san francisco international airport. (will) for the weekned... it's the stanford luauu in palo alto. come out and enjoy local-style hawaiian food, music and more. it's
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county sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15-year-old boy will not face criminal charges. deputy's were called in after luke smith had stabbed his father and uncle with a pocketknife while on l-s-d last year. mariana hicks tells us what changes the sheriff's office is now making in the aftermath of the deadly shooting. nats of shootingjeff rosell/santa cruz county district attorney"this is an absolute tragedy and our hearts go out to the family of luke smith. but our hearts also go out to our entire community that a 15 year old lost his life during this incident."during the da's
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investigation, the santa cruz county sheriff's office created a serious incidient review board... tasked with improving its response to critical incidents... though not all were because of the smith case.the five findings and 15 recommendations were released on friday.some of the findings -- improve supervision at critical incidents... manage the use of a k-9... the use of a rifle should be monitored... and improved training.the smith family contributed to those findings -- their biggest concern was making sure life-saving efforts weren't delayed.deputy chief craig wilson/scso"when we examined that what we found in all cases is that it's not necessary to either handcuff or retain the handcuffs on if it's going to cause a delay in life saving efforts."in smith's case, he wasn't handcuffed after he was shot but he was still holding a knife...that's when officers used non-lethal force for about a minute before he was given emergency medical care. its those lessons the sheriff's office says its
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already putting into practice. sheriff jim hart/scso"nobody feels good about this case. we don't ever want a call for sevice to end this way, this case has taken a tremendous toll on the family, it's taken a toll on the community and it's taken a toll on the so's and no body wins in these types of tragic cases."
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( will ) dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend.
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(will) thousands of peope gathered for the annual earth day rally in san francisco. earth day celebrates and raises awareness (will) thousands of peope gathered for the annual earth
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day rally in san francisco. earth day celebrates and raises awareness about the environment. kron 4's hermela aregawi spent the day talking to organizers and attendees. (hermela aregawi)many came to the rally appropriately dressed in their earth colors. nina bazan-sakamoto/rally participant: i'm here today because i wanted to be part of the festivities of course but also the activism that is happening right now. i think its a time of change and we can make the world a more positive place by respecting the earth and honoring our connection with the earth.this 16 year old science enthusiast brought her dad along.billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: i think that america under the new presidency isn't really rising in levels of scientific literacy. as a nation i think its a really good idea in order to establish these marches and to help communicate our message of science to everyone .billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: what's more important than the health of our planet and the progression of our intellect as a species. thousands attended the rally. adults, kids and everything in
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between.shannon bennett and lauren esposito/ california academy of sciences: we have an activigty to learn how much water is in your food. and an activity that shannon was just doing to make a solar eclipse in a cup.we are really trying to engage both kids and adults and everybody in between from all walks of life. you don't have to be trained as a scientist. we are all scientist.organizers say the day was a success.isaac gendler/march for science organizer: well the goal was to i think that demonostrate to the people that scientsts are willing to get out of the lap and into the public and that we are real people. (hermela aregawi)the rally took place throughout the day. organizers say they believe the march for science which took place in the middle of the day helped their turnout. reporting in san francsico, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (will) earlier this week, thousands of people celebrated the annual unofficial 4/20 marijuana holiday in san francisco. kron 4's stanely roberts was there and shows us what he found on this edition of people behaving badly. i have some 420 inspired creations i think it's kind of weird and commercialized now funny how it's been demonized for so long and as soon as it
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becomes legalized it turns into this huge cooperate thing this is the perfect posted child for what liberalism is to a teethe city of san francisco has put the hammer down on the yearly 420 event it's no longer business as usual . or is it people behaving badly stanley roberts hey bubble gum cush we got edibles i'll take that back it is business as usual .. except for this time we have a stage a disc jockey. some food trucks, lots of porta potties vendors booth, oh wait i think what we have here is a street faire with weed two dollar edibles one dollar joints now all that's missing is a brass band (sound of band playing) is this just like the 420 days of the past?hell no.. this had been hijacked by politicians i realize they are trying to make it safer and stuff in a way it kind of sucks but in a way i understand people were being disrespectful bu destroying the park destroying the neighborhoods and they wanted to step in and try to make it a safe enviorment it ungodly ok what 's ungodly about soft plush leather couches it was a warm day to attend 420 warm enough for a hatjust wore it to match the jeans you know i
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thought the weather was going to freezing or something out here like in russia (you 420 out) yes sir how many fingers i got i may be 420 out but i aint stupid so in a way, nothing has really changed . a little bit of three bottle top monte watch that ball who know where it's at the usual people taking selfies while puffing on a doobie albeit with a police captain in the background.. puffing on bongs and selling random stuff like whole weed trees nats: that a purple train wreck there were a couple of rules, one was no barbeque grills inside the park so all of them were outside the park .. oh wait and my personal rule never eat fully loaded oysters in a park if you see some trash pick it up and put in into the trash in golden gate park stanley roberts kron 4 news (will) a milwaukee woman says
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she was burned when her fitbit exploded on her wrist. these are pictures of the second degree burns she recived when it exploded. the woman says she had the activity tracker for only two weeks... and there was no indication that anything was wrong with the device before it exploded. fitbit has issued a statement saying the problem is being investigated. the company also says they are not aware of any other complaints of this type. and the fitbit should not explode under normal use. ( will ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning...
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for the weekned... it's off the grid in san fracisco. come out and enjoy great views and food from the bay. it's all happening on the main post lawn from 11:00 to 4:00. the event is free to attend.
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(will) take a look at this... you just never know who's watching you... n-f-l player mohamed sanu learned this recently on a flight. the atlanta falcons wide receiver tweeted a note he received from fellow passengers. it was from a family, thanking him for setting a positive example for their 10-year-old son. the note is signed, "the family that sat behind you." sanu wrote on twitter that the note "definitely put a smile on my face." the atlanta falcons also weighed in on twitter,
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calling sanu "a role model both on and off the field." morning clouds will burn off and strong sunshine will fill our sunday ! a touch breezy and cool...back with your forecast after we pay some bills. ( averi ) coming up... controversy on american airlines. what led to this confrontation. next. what made two guys build race car engines in their own shop? what made them believe that a two-ton behemoth could compete in a track race? or that they could take on the elite in world motor racing, and win? we may never truly understand what drives mercedes-amg. but here's to another 50 years of it.
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weekend. i'm will tran, (will) a look at weather with dave spahr.. (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend. ( will @ landing ) we start with breaking
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news. a 21-year-old man is dead this morning following a shooting in hayward. and the search continues for the shooter. this happened just after 8:00 last night. police responded to reports of shots fired near college heights park, on fielding drive. when they got there, they found a 21-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds. he went to the hospital where he later died. there is no description of the gunman.
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< hey bud, hey bud, you do that to me and i'll knock you flat. you stay out of this! hey hey hey!!!>( will ) our top story this morning... american airlines has suspended this flight attendant after this video surfaced, showing tense moments before a flight left s-f-o. ( will @ landing ) this morning we are learning new details about what led up to the intense confrontation between passengers and that flight attendant. kron four's averi harper is live at s-f-o with more on the situation. good morning averi. ( averi ) according to w-f-a-a in dallas, the person who originally posted the video says it started over how a flight attendant dealt with a mother who was trying to store a stroller in an overhead bin. things apparently got out of hand when a flight attendant agressively snatched a stroller from the mother.
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hitting her with it and coming just inches from hitting a baby. american airlines did rebook the mother and her child in first class all the way to their final destination of argentina. < first off you know i think people should respect other people and their children. and treat others the way they want to be treated. if you see a woman with a child you shouldn't be snatching a stroller or anything out of her hands.> ( will @ landing ) thanks landing )( will @ ( will @ landing ) thanks averi.
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( will @ landng ) one man is dead and two others are injured in a shootout in the south bay. and the gunman still on
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the loose. this is a story we first broke yesterday on kron four news weekend. the shooting happened at a motel six in san jose. kron four's philippe djegal gets us up to speed with what's happening now. in the early morning... a visibly wounded man holding his wrist walks out of the motel six on the alameda in san jose. another gunshot victim limps away with help from a woman and a san jose police officer. a third man was carried out in a sheet... and, police say that man did not survive his injuries. international college student dhruv (droove) patel was startled out of bed by the gunfire just before 3- 30 in the morning. he lives behind the motel.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "i heard four gunshots probably. that's
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what i guess. so. someone fired -- probably one gunshot. and after, after a while i hear four more gunshots." a motel guest who heard the shooting says it happened outside in this parking lot... a neighbor whose lived in the area for quite some time says that violence isn't uncommon here... but the owner of the motel says that violence rarely escaltes to a homicide.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "sometime i feel scary to come, come to home in the night after 12." investigators continued mapping the crime scene well into saturday afternoon. motel guests were allowed in and out but no one else. police focused on the back part of the parking lot.. where evidence markers suggest shellcasings. right now, police say the victims who survived suffered non-life threatening injuries. no suspects have been announced or arrested. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( will ) the warriors in portland looking to take a commanding lead against the portland trail blazers. steve kerr was sick, so assistant mike brown filled in. we'll have more on kerr's status in
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just a minute. kevin durant also out with a calf strain for a second game in a row. and it was all blazers early in the game. damian lillard and c-j mccollum combine for 51 points in the first half. the dubs trailed by 17 at one point and then they got hot. klay thompson scores 14 in the 3rd. then steph curry started cooking.. he finished with 34 points and 8 assists. golden state comes back from behind to win, 119 to 113. they now lead the series 3 games to none. ( will ) game 4 won't be until tomorrow night in portland.. but the warriors may be without steve kerr for the remainder of the series. the warriors say kerr missed last night's game because of an illness. the san jose mercury news is reporting kerr was barely able to walk last night and was in pain. the team does not
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have an official diagnosis for kerr as of this morning. mike brown will continue to coach in kerr's absence. ( will ) still ahead. we go inside the california cabin where a tennessee teacher stayed with a teenage student who police say he kidnapped. plus. a major hashbrown recall you need to know about before you eat breakfast this morning. the strange item inside that can make you sick. and after the break... chipotle is raising prices... how much exactly? the answer after the break. (becky) i've seen such a change in einstein since he started eating beneful. the number one ingredient in it is beef. (einstein) the beef is fantastic! (becky) he has enough energy to believe that he can jump high enough to catch a bird. (vo) and now try new beneful grain free, simply made with wholesome ingredients, and no grain.
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years. chipotle says this means a burrito could cost you 25 to 35 cents more. they are raising prices to pay for higher food and labor costs. experts say the price increase might be a hurdle for chipotle as they work to recover from a huge e-coli outbreak in 2015. the price hike has already gone into effect. morning clouds will burn off and strong sunshine will fill our sunday ! a touch breezy and cool...back with your forecast after we pay some bills. businessman 2: we've gone over the numbers several times, and...
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(will) a section of a popular walking trail on the coast in pacifica is closed. the city put up signs shutting down a sidewalk along esplanade avenue. this is the same area we showed you last weekend just hours after a section of cliff gave way. since then, the city has removed a sitting bench and expanded the restricted area. the edge of the cliff is protected by a fence. as you can see, part of it is still hanging over the edge. we are told the city plans to repair
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the fence and bring it in closer to the trail. (will) the 39-day manhunt for tennessee teacher tad cummins and his 15 year-old former student elizabeth thomas ended at a small cabin in northern california. police say the two spent at least one night inside a small building deep in the mountains. sara sidner shows us what was found inside the cabin. police say the two spent at least one night in the remote cabin in siskiyou county in northern california it is a one room structure that was in the process of being built. it had no electricity or furniture. on friday, a grill, pots and pans, a bag of rice and boxes of food and empty bottles of soda and water remained in the cabin. there is a search
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and seizure list and a list of things taken out of the cabin including coconut oil and ky jelly. those things are important because authorities are trying to establish that there was some sort of sexual relationship between the two. (will) the father of a missing sacramento girl is pleading for her to come home. 17-year-old kamryn bresee was last seen on wednesday at her mother's home in brentwood. her family is growing increasingly concerned. according to her father breesee has bipolar disorder and is insulin dependent. he says she did have "some" insulin medicine on her when she went missing. but he fears it won't last long.
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the san jose sharks face elimination in the n-h-l playoffs. we'll show you if they won or went home, after the break. ( will ) live look outside... richmond bridge let's raise a glass... ...to those of us who stumble. celebrate the fearless who fumble. at clorox, we salute those who fight the good fight... ...just to stay upright. we take our hats off to the hoppers... the floppers... and the produce pile topplers. there's a little klutz in all of us. that's why we made clorox splash-less bleach... ...splashless. shine on, klutzes. shine on. it was win or go home for
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the san jose sharks in game 6 of the opening round in the n-h-l playoffs. team teal taking on the edmonton oilers in san jose. the sharks already down 3 to 2 in the series and the oilers get on the board first. edmonton then gets a chance for a break-away goal and they score again. in the third period, patrick marleau gives the sharks their first goal of the game. sharks get one more chance... ( will ) and a heartbreaker for
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san jose.. pavelski misses the shot. the oilers win 3 to 1. they win the series 4 games to 2. the sharks are now eliminated from the n-h-l playoffs. (will) in giants news... they were in colorado taking on the rockies looking to snap their 2 game losing streak. the team, looking for any sort of good news did not get off to a good start in this one. in the first with a runner on 3rd, nolan arenado lines this one to left. scoring charlie blackmon. the rockies would go on to score 3 runs in the inning. the giants wouldn't get on the board unitl the 6th. by then they were already down 6 to nothing. the rockies would go on to win this one big. final score 12 to 3. the giants will look go salvage a game today. 1st pitch, 12:10. ( will ) on the other side of the bridge. bob melvin
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and the red-hot a's were looking for their third straight series win against the seattle mariners. bottom of the first -- ryon healy hits a home run giving oakland a 3 to 1 lead. the green and gold never looked back.. they win the game and beat their divison rivals 4 to 3. they look to sweep the 4 game series at 1:05 this afternoon at the coliseum. ( will ) still ahead... thousands of people particiaped in march for sceience. we hear from demonstarors aftr the break. ( will ) live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (will) for the weekned... it's the italian race car show in san francisco. check out classic cars and more. it's all happening at the fairmont from all day long. the event is free to attend.
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golden gate bridge.. (will) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are
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forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend. (will) some hash browns are being recalled because they may contain pieces of ágolf ballsá. the recall affects the frozen southern style hash
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browns sold under harris teeter and roundy's brands. according to the food and drug administration some golf ball materials may have been accidentally harvested with potatoes. the company that produces the food says eating the hash browns can lead to choking. but so far, there have been no reports of injuries. the recall affects two-pound bags sold in "marianos" and "metro market" supermarkets. (will) thousands of peope across the world participated in march for science. organizers say the march is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments. kron-4s jeff pierce was at san francisco's science march rally where he spoke to some of the people marching. (jeff pierce)thousands of marchers in support of the scientific community gathered saturday morning in san francisco to answer the threat they see as the politicizing
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of what should be established scientific fact.though some people would ask us to believe differently science is not an idealogy.the threats are to the scientists themselves, having their work questioned, denied their integrity, they're being called liars and frauds. that is a line we cannot stand.the fear is that the questioning of science by the political climate in the current administration in washington will result in serious cutbacks in scientific research.the cuts that we are talking about will really have a major impact on the progress and the speed of science.my research relies on funding from nih and there are a lot of concerns about that budget being cut which would have a big impact of the science i do focused on autism.what happens when we start to erode the funding or the trust we have in scientific institutions. the fact that we're even having a debate about the climate changing is still surprising.those speaking at the rally hoped to transcend idealogy and rely on scientific fact. even their rallying chants were an attempt to rise above partisan politics.what do we want, evidence based science. when do we want it? after peer review.the organizers were hopeful that the size of the crowd both here and throughout the world on saturday would
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shed light on the threat science is facing.resisting the war on science is central to the survival of our democracy.act up fight back. resist.what you've seen here and in hundreds of cities across the world including two hundred international cities gives me plenty of hope that the will is there. it's the next steps that we have to fill in.after the rally the thousands of science supporters marched up market street to join those already gathering at civic center celebrating earth day. in san francisco jeff pierce kron four news. (will @ bam) just a day after u-c berkeley responded to threats of a lawsuit surrounding ann coulter's planned appearance on campus, the attorney preparing that suit, is firing right back. kron four's spencer blake spoke with that
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attorney has the latest in the back and forth between both sides. follow along closely.the past several days have seen u-c berkeley cancel the planned april 27th speech by ann coulter -- citing safety concerns - then reverse course and offer may second as an option.that was soon followed by the threat of litigation from the berkeley college republicans (or b-c-r), which was followed by a university statement friday saying the group's attorney had 'factual errors' in the discussion. "they didn't point out any and i pointed out specific emails and documents that blow their story out of the water."that's attorney harmeet dhillon, whose latest response on ásaturday laid out a trail of emails dating back to march 17th in which she says the b- c-r discussed with the school the invitation they extended to coulter.the university claims it didn't know about such an invitationuntil officials read about it in a newspaper article.what really upsets dhillon is what she calls a secret rule the university laid out on march first about high-profile visitors having to speak before three p-m for safety
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reasons.she says the policy was unpublishedand also apparently didn't apply to people like former mexican president vicente fox, who spoke in the evening at u-c berkeley. "they have a due process obligation as a government entity to apply rules equally and fairly."some students we talked to feel like the scheduling issues for such a large university and a well-known speaker may be legitimatebut everyone we talked to said coulter should be allowed to speak."if we don't allow her to speak then we don't have the opportunity to engage with her and challenge her opinions or try to understand where she comes from.""i don't agree with what she says bit that doesn't really matter."well known liberals like comedian bill maher and bernie sanders have made statements defending coulter's right to speak on campus.in berkeley, spencer blake, kron four news. ( will ) still ahead. the santa cruz sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15-year old teen... will not face charges. find out why, after the break. ( will ) live look outside... san francisco international airport. (will) for the weekned...
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absolute tragedy and our hearts go out to the family of luke smith. but our hearts also go out to our entire community that a 15 year old lost his life during this incident."during the da's investigation, the santa cruz county sheriff's office created a serious incidient review board... tasked with improving its response to critical incidents... though not all were because of the smith case.the five findings and 15 recommendations were released on friday.some of the findings -- improve supervision at critical incidents... manage the use of a k-9... the use of a rifle should be monitored... and improved training.the smith family contributed to those findings -- their biggest concern was making sure life-saving efforts weren't delayed.deputy chief craig wilson/scso"when we examined that what we found in all cases is that it's not necessary to either handcuff or retain the handcuffs on if it's going to cause a delay in life saving efforts."in smith's case, he wasn't handcuffed after he was shot
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but he was still holding a knife...that's when officers used non-lethal force for about a minute before he was given emergency medical care. its those lessons the sheriff's office says its already putting into practice. sheriff jim hart/scso"nobody feels good about this case. we don't ever want a call for sevice to end this way, this case has taken a tremendous toll on the family, it's taken a toll on the community and it's taken a toll on the so's and no body wins in these types of tragic cases."
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( will ) live look outside...sutro tower. ( will ) dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will areas by thursday, with temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend.
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(will) thousands of peope gathered for the annual earth day rally in san francisco. earth day celebrates and raises awareness about the environment. kron 4's hermela aregawi spent the day talking to organizers and attendees. (hermela aregawi)many came to the rally appropriately dressed in their earth colors. nina bazan-sakamoto/rally participant: i'm here today because i wanted to be part of the festivities of course but
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also the activism that is happening right now. i think its a time of change and we can make the world a more positive place by respecting the earth and honoring our connection with the earth.this 16 year old science enthusiast brought her dad along.billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: i think that america under the new presidency isn't really rising in levels of scientific literacy. as a nation i think its a really good idea in order to establish these marches and to help communicate our message of science to everyone .billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: what's more important than the health of our planet and the progression of our intellect as a species. thousands attended the rally. adults, kids and everything in between.shannon bennett and lauren esposito/ california academy of sciences: we have an activigty to learn how much water is in your food. and an activity that shannon was just doing to make a solar eclipse in a cup.we are really trying to engage both kids and adults and everybody in between from all walks of life. you don't have to be trained as a scientist. we are all scientist.organizers say the day was a success.isaac gendler/march for science organizer: well the goal was to i think that demonostrate to the people that scientsts
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are willing to get out of the lap and into the public and that we are real people. (hermela aregawi)the rally took place throughout the day. organizers say they believe the march for science which took place in the middle of the day helped their turnout. reporting in san francsico, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (will) earlier this week, thousands of people celebrated the annual unofficial 4/20 marijuana holiday in san francisco. kron 4's stanely roberts was there and shows us what he found on this edition of people behaving badly. i have some 420 inspired creations i think it's kind of weird and commercialized now funny how it's been demonized for so long and as soon as it becomes legalized it turns into this huge cooperate thing this is the perfect posted child for what liberalism is to a teethe city of san francisco has put the hammer down on the yearly 420 event it's no longer business as usual . or is it people behaving badly stanley roberts hey bubble gum cush we got edibles i'll take that back it is business as usual ..
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except for this time we have a stage a disc jockey. some food trucks, lots of porta potties vendors booth, oh wait i think what we have here is a street faire with weed two dollar edibles one dollar joints now all that's missing is a brass band (sound of band playing) is this just like the 420 days of the past?hell no.. this had been hijacked by politicians i realize they are trying to make it safer and stuff in a way it kind of sucks but in a way i understand people were being disrespectful bu destroying the park destroying the neighborhoods and they wanted to step in and try to make it a safe enviorment it ungodly ok what 's ungodly about soft plush leather couches it was a warm day to attend 420 warm enough for a hatjust wore it to match the jeans you know i thought the weather was going to freezing or something out here like in russia (you 420 out) yes sir how many fingers i got i may be 420 out but i aint stupid so in a way, nothing has really changed . a little bit of three bottle top monte watch that ball who know where it's at the usual people taking selfies while puffing on a doobie albeit with a police captain in the
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background.. puffing on bongs and selling random stuff like whole weed trees nats: that a purple train wreck there were a couple of rules, one was no barbeque grills inside the park so all of them were outside the park .. oh wait and my personal rule never eat fully loaded oysters in a park if you see some trash pick it up and put in into the trash in golden gate park stanley roberts kron 4 news (will) a milwaukee woman says
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she was burned when her fitbit exploded on her wrist. these are pictures of the second degree burns she recived when it exploded. the woman says she had the activity tracker for only two weeks... and there was no indication that anything was wrong with the device before it exploded. fitbit has issued a statement saying the problem is being investigated. the company also says they are not aware of any other complaints of this type. and the fitbit should not explode under normal use. ( will ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... for the weekned... it's off the grid in san fracisco. come out and enjoy great views and food from the bay. it's all happening on the main post lawn from 11:00 to 4:00. the event is free to attend.
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take a look at this... you just never know who's watching you... n-f-l player mohamed sanu learned this recently on a flight. the atlanta falcons wide receiver tweeted a note he received from fellow passengers. it was from a family, thanking him for setting a positive example for their 10-year-old son. the note is signed, "the family that sat behind you." sanu wrote on twitter that the note "definitely put a smile on my face." the atlanta falcons also weighed in on twitter, calling sanu "a role model both on and off the field." morning clouds will burn off and strong sunshine will fill our sunday ! a touch breezy
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and cool...back with your forecast after we pay some bills. ( averi ) coming up... controversy on american airlines. what led to this confrontation. next. tick protection from nexgard.d
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embarcadero. welcome to kron four news weekend. i'm will tran, (will) a look at weather with dave spahr.. (dave)dry and seasonably cool
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( will @ landing ) we start with breaking news. a 21-year-old man is dead this morning following a shooting in hayward. and the search continues for the shooter. this happened just after 8:00 last night. police responded to reports of shots fired near college heights park, on fielding drive. when they got there, they found a 21-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds. he went to the hospital where he later died. there is no description of the gunman. < hey bud, hey bud, you do that to me and i'll knock you flat. you stay out of this! hey hey hey!!!>( will ) our top story this
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morning... american airlines has suspended this flight attendant after this video surfaced, showing tense moments before a flight left s-f-o. ( will @ landing ) this morning we are learning new details about what led up to the intense confrontation between passengers and that flight attendant. kron four's averi harper is live at s-f-o with more on the situation. good morning averi. ( averi ) according to w-f-a-a in dallas, the person who originally posted the video says it started over how a flight attendant dealt with a mother who was trying to store a stroller in an overhead bin. things apparently got out of hand when a flight attendant agressively snatched a stroller from the mother. hitting her with it and coming just inches from hitting a baby. american airlines did rebook the mother and her child in first class all the way to their final destination of argentina.
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< i mean i was appauled i. i couldn't believe that someone would go and take a stroller from a mother's hands like that. i mean why would they.and to actually hear she was struck with the stroller it actually made me wonder how i'm gonna do my traveling in the future. i mean it made me consider what airlines i'd use and what airlines i'm gonna boycott. > ( will @ landing ) thanks averi.
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shot and after i hear four more gunshots and after 15 to 20 minutes i heard police cars and sirens coming.">( will @ landng ) one man is dead and two others are injured in a shootout in the south bay. and the gunman still on the loose. this is a story we first broke yesterday on kron four news weekend. the shooting happened at a motel six in san jose. kron four's philippe djegal gets us up to speed with what's happening now. in the early morning... a visibly wounded man holding his wrist walks out of the motel six on the alameda in san jose. another gunshot victim limps away with help from a woman and a san jose police officer. a third man was carried out in a sheet... and, police say that man did not survive his injuries. international college student dhruv (droove) patel was startled out of bed by the gunfire just before 3- 30 in the morning. he lives behind the motel.dhruv
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patel/heard gunshots- "i heard four gunshots probably. that's what i guess. so. someone fired -- probably one gunshot. and after, after a while i hear four more gunshots." a motel guest who heard the shooting says it happened outside in this parking lot... a neighbor whose lived in the area for quite some time says that violence isn't uncommon here... but the owner of the motel says that violence rarely escaltes to a homicide.dhruv patel/heard gunshots- "sometime i feel scary to come, come to home in the night after 12." investigators continued mapping the crime scene well into saturday afternoon. motel guests were allowed in and out but no one else. police focused on the back part of the parking lot.. where evidence markers suggest shellcasings. right now, police say the victims who survived suffered non-life threatening injuries. no suspects have been announced or arrested. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( will ) the warriors in portland looking to take a commanding lead against the portland trail blazers. steve kerr
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was sick, so assistant mike brown filled in. we'll have more on kerr's status in just a minute. kevin durant also out with a calf strain for a second game in a row. and it was all blazers early in the game. damian lillard and c-j mccollum combine for 51 points in the first half. the dubs trailed by 17 at one point and then they got hot. klay thompson scores 14 in the 3rd. then steph curry started cooking.. he finished with 34 points and 8 assists. golden state comes back from behind to win, 119 to 113. they now lead the series 3 games to none. ( will ) game 4 won't be until tomorrow night in portland.. but the warriors may be without steve kerr for the remainder of the series. the warriors say kerr missed last night's game because of
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an illness. the san jose mercury news is reporting kerr was barely able to walk last night and was in pain. the team does not have an official diagnosis for kerr as of this morning. mike brown will continue to coach in kerr's absence. ( will ) still ahead. we go inside the california cabin where a tennessee teacher stayed with a teenage student who police say he kidnapped. plus. a major hashbrown recall you need to know about before you eat breakfast this morning. the strange item inside that can make you sick. and after the break... chipotle is raising prices... how much exactly? the answer after the break.
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a story from the week -- that will impact your bottom line. ( will ) if you're thinking about getting chipotle for lunch today... it's going to cost you more. the restaurant says they
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are raising their prices by five-percent. this is the first price increase in three years. chipotle says this means a burrito could cost you 25 to 35 cents more. they are raising prices to pay for higher food and labor costs. experts say the price increase might be a hurdle for chipotle as they work to recover from a huge e-coli outbreak in 2015. the price hike has already gone into effect. morning clouds will burn off and strong sunshine will fill our sunday ! a touch breezy and cool...back with your forecast after we pay some bills.
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(will) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. (will) toss to weather.
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(dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend.
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(will) a section of a popular
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walking trail on the coast in pacifica is closed. the city put up signs shutting down a sidewalk along esplanade avenue. this is the same area we showed you last weekend just hours after a section of cliff gave way. since then, the city has removed a sitting bench and expanded the restricted area. the edge of the cliff is protected by a fence. as you can see, part of it is still hanging over the edge. we are told the city plans to repair the fence and bring it in closer to the trail. (will) the 39-day manhunt for tennessee teacher tad cummins and his 15 year-old former student elizabeth thomas ended at a small cabin in northern california. police say the two spent at least one night inside a small building deep in the mountains. sara sidner shows us what was found inside the cabin.
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police say the two spent at least one night in the remote cabin in siskiyou county in northern california it is a one room structure that was in the process of being built. it had no electricity or furniture. on friday, a grill, pots and pans, a bag of rice and boxes of food and empty bottles of soda and water remained in the cabin. there is a search and seizure list and a list of things taken out of the cabin including coconut oil and ky jelly. those things are important because authorities are trying to establish that there was some sort of sexual relationship between the two. (will) two.between the relationship sexual some sort of sexual relationship between the two. (will) the father of a missing
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sacramento girl is pleading for her to come home. 17-year-old kamryn bresee was last seen on wednesday at her mother's home in brentwood. her family is growing increasingly concerned. according to her father breesee has bipolar disorder and is insulin dependent. he says she did have "some" insulin medicine on her when she went missing. but he fears it won't last long.
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sex trafficking. (will) former child star erin moran has died. moran played joanie cunningham in the sitcom "happy days" as the younger sister to actor ron howard's richie cunningham. she later appeared with scott baio in the "happy days" spinoff "joanie loves chachi." police in indiana say she was found unresponsive after authorities received a 9-1-1 call. the cause of death has not been determined. moran was 56 years old. ( will ) still ahead. the san jose sharks face elimination in the n-h-l playoffs. we'll show you if they won or went home, after the break. ( will ) live look outside... richmond bridge
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team teal taking on the edmonton oilers in san jose. the sharks already down 3 to 2 in the series and the oilers get on the board first. edmonton then gets a chance for a break-away goal and they score again. in the third period, patrick marleau gives the sharks their first goal of the game. sharks get one more chance... ( will ) and a heartbreaker for san jose.. pavelski misses the shot. the oilers win 3 to 1. they win the series 4 games to 2. the sharks are now eliminated from the n-h-l playoffs. (will) in giants news... they were in colorado taking on the rockies looking to snap their 2 game losing streak. the team, looking for any sort of good news did not get off to a good start in this
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one. in the first with a runner on 3rd, nolan arenado lines this one to left. scoring charlie blackmon. the rockies would go on to score 3 runs in the inning. the giants wouldn't get on the board unitl the 6th. by then they were already down 6 to nothing. the rockies would go on to win this one big. final score 12 to 3. the giants will look go salvage a game today. 1st pitch, 12:10. ( will ) on the other side of the bridge. bob melvin and the red-hot a's were looking for their third straight series win against the seattle mariners. bottom of the first -- ryon healy hits a home run giving oakland a 3 to 1 lead. the green and gold never looked back.. they win the game and beat their divison rivals 4 to 3. they look to sweep the 4 game series at 1:05 this
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afternoon at the coliseum. ( will ) still ahead... thousands of people particiaped in march for sceience. we hear from demonstarors aftr the break. ( will ) live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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here's a live look at the bay bridge. (will) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today.
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unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend.
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(will) some hash browns are being recalled because they may contain pieces of ágolf ballsá. the recall affects the frozen southern style hash browns sold under harris teeter and roundy's brands. according to the food and drug administration some golf ball materials may have been accidentally harvested with potatoes. the company that produces the food says eating the hash browns can lead to choking. but so far, there have been no reports of injuries. the recall affects two-pound bags sold in "marianos" and
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"metro market" supermarkets. (will) thousands of peope across the world participated in march for science. organizers say the march is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments. kron-4s jeff pierce was at san francisco's science march rally where he spoke to some of the people marching. (jeff pierce)thousands of marchers in support of the scientific community gathered saturday morning in san francisco to answer the threat they see as the politicizing of what should be established scientific fact.though some people would ask us to believe differently science is not an idealogy.the threats are to the scientists themselves, having their work questioned, denied their integrity, they're being called liars and frauds. that is a line we cannot stand.the fear is that the questioning of science by
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the political climate in the current administration in washington will result in serious cutbacks in scientific research.the cuts that we are talking about will really have a major impact on the progress and the speed of science.my research relies on funding from nih and there are a lot of concerns about that budget being cut which would have a big impact of the science i do focused on autism.what happens when we start to erode the funding or the trust we have in scientific institutions. the fact that we're even having a debate about the climate changing is still surprising.those speaking at the rally hoped to transcend idealogy and rely on scientific fact. even their rallying chants were an attempt to rise above partisan politics.what do we want, evidence based science. when do we want it? after peer review.the organizers were hopeful that the size of the crowd both here and throughout the world on saturday would shed light on the threat science is facing.resisting the war on science is central to the survival of our democracy.act up fight back. resist.what you've seen here and in hundreds of cities across the world including two hundred international cities gives me plenty of hope that the will is there. it's the next steps that we have to fill in.after the rally the
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thousands of science supporters marched up market street to join those already gathering at civic center celebrating earth day. in san francisco jeff pierce kron four news. (will @ bam) just a day after u-c berkeley responded to threats of a lawsuit surrounding ann coulter's planned appearance on campus, the attorney preparing that suit, is firing right back. kron four's spencer blake spoke with that attorney has the latest in the back and forth between both sides. follow along closely.the past several days have seen u-c berkeley cancel the planned april 27th speech by ann coulter -- citing safety concerns - then reverse course and offer may second as an
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option.that was soon followed by the threat of litigation from the berkeley college republicans (or b-c-r), which was followed by a university statement friday saying the group's attorney had 'factual errors' in the discussion. "they didn't point out any and i pointed out specific emails and documents that blow their story out of the water."that's attorney harmeet dhillon, whose latest response on ásaturday laid out a trail of emails dating back to march 17th in which she says the b- c-r discussed with the school the invitation they extended to coulter.the university claims it didn't know about such an invitationuntil officials read about it in a newspaper article.what really upsets dhillon is what she calls a secret rule the university laid out on march first about high-profile visitors having to speak before three p-m for safety reasons.she says the policy was unpublishedand also apparently didn't apply to people like former mexican president vicente fox, who spoke in the evening at u-c berkeley. "they have a due process obligation as a government entity to apply rules equally and fairly."some students we talked to feel like the scheduling issues for such a large university and a well-known speaker may be
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legitimatebut everyone we talked to said coulter should be allowed to speak."if we don't allow her to speak then we don't have the opportunity to engage with her and challenge her opinions or try to understand where she comes from.""i don't agree with what she says bit that doesn't really matter."well known liberals like comedian bill maher and bernie sanders have made statements defending coulter's right to speak on campus.in berkeley, spencer blake, kron four news. ( will ) still ahead. the santa cruz sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15-year old teen... will not face charges. find out why, after the break. ( will ) live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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the santa cruz county sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15-year-old boy will not face criminal charges. deputy's were called in after
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luke smith had stabbed his father and uncle with a pocketknife while on l-s-d last year. mariana hicks tells us what changes the sheriff's office is now making in the aftermath of the deadly shooting. nats of shootingjeff rosell/santa cruz county district attorney"this is an absolute tragedy and our hearts go out to the family of luke smith. but our hearts also go out to our entire community that a 15 year old lost his life during this incident."during the da's investigation, the santa cruz county sheriff's office created a serious incidient review board... tasked with improving its response to critical incidents... though not all were because of the smith case.the five findings and 15 recommendations were released on friday.some of the findings -- improve supervision at critical incidents... manage the use of a k-9... the use of a rifle should be monitored... and improved training.the smith family contributed to those findings -- their biggest concern was making sure
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life-saving efforts weren't delayed.deputy chief craig wilson/scso"when we examined that what we found in all cases is that it's not necessary to either handcuff or retain the handcuffs on if it's going to cause a delay in life saving efforts."in smith's case, he wasn't handcuffed after he was shot but he was still holding a knife...that's when officers used non-lethal force for about a minute before he was given emergency medical care. its those lessons the sheriff's office says its already putting into practice. sheriff jim hart/scso"nobody feels good about this case. we don't ever want a call for sevice to end this way, this case has taken a tremendous toll on the family, it's taken a toll on the community and it's taken a toll on the so's and no body wins in these types of tragic cases."
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( will ) live look outside...sutro tower. ( will ) dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry and seasonably cool conditions are forecast today. unsettled weather is expected during the first half of the work week, with periodic rain chances across
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mainly the northern portion of our area. dry weather will return to all areas by thursday, with warmer temperatures anticipated from friday into next weekend. (will) thousands of peope
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gathered for the annual earth day rally in san francisco. earth day celebrates and raises awareness about the environment. kron 4's hermela aregawi spent the day talking to organizers and attendees. (hermela aregawi)many came to the rally appropriately dressed in their earth colors. nina bazan-sakamoto/rally participant: i'm here today because i wanted to be part of the festivities of course but also the activism that is happening right now. i think its a time of change and we can make the world a more positive place by respecting the earth and honoring our connection with the earth.this 16 year old science enthusiast brought her dad along.billie and tony bandermann/rally
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participant: i think that america under the new presidency isn't really rising in levels of scientific literacy. as a nation i think its a really good idea in order to establish these marches and to help communicate our message of science to everyone .billie and tony bandermann/rally participant: what's more important than the health of our planet and the progression of our intellect as a species. thousands attended the rally. adults, kids and everything in between.shannon bennett and lauren esposito/ california academy of sciences: we have an activigty to learn how much water is in your food. and an activity that shannon was just doing to make a solar eclipse in a cup.we are really trying to engage adults and everybody in between from all don't have to be trained as a all scientist.organizers say the day was a success.isaac gendler/march for science the goal was to i think that demonostrate to the people that scientsts are willing to get out of the lap and into the public and that we are real people.(hermela the rally took place the day.organizers say the march for took place in the middle of their turnout. reporting in san francsico, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (will) earlier this week, thousands of people celebrated the annual unofficial 4/20 marijuana holiday in san francisco. kron 4's stanely roberts was there and shows us what he found on this edition of people behaving badly. i have some 420 inspired creations i think it's kind of
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weird and commercialized now funny how it's been demonized for so long and as soon as it becomes legalized it turns into this huge cooperate thing this is the perfect posted child for what liberalism is to a teethe city of san francisco has put the hammer down on the yearly 420 event it's no longer business as usual . or is it people behaving badly stanley roberts hey bubble gum cush we got edibles i'll take that back it is business as usual .. except for this time we have a stage a disc jockey. some food trucks, lots of porta potties vendors booth, oh wait i think what we have here is a street faire with weed two dollar edibles one dollar joints now all that's missing is a brass band (sound of band playing) is this just like the 420 days of the past?hell no.. this had been hijacked by politicians i realize they are trying to make it safer and stuff in a way it kind of sucks but in a way i understand people were being disrespectful bu destroying
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the park destroying the neighborhoods and they wanted to step in and try to make it a safe enviorment it ungodly ok what 's ungodly about soft plush leather couches it was a warm day to attend 420 warm enough for a hatjust wore it to match the jeans you know i thought the weather was going to freezing or something out here like in russia (you 420 out) yes sir how many fingers i got i may be 420 out but i aint stupid so in a way, nothing has really changed . a little bit of three bottle top monte watch that ball who know where it's at the usual people taking selfies while puffing on a doobie albeit with a police captain in the background.. puffing on bongs and selling like whole weed trees nats: that a purple train wreck there were a couple of rules, one was no barbeque grills inside the park so all of them were outside the park .. oh wait and my personal rule never eat fully loaded oysters in a park if you see some trash pick it up and put in into the trash in golden gate park stanley roberts kron 4 news ( will ) here's a live look at
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kirkwood this morning... for the weekned... it's off the grid in san fracisco. come out and enjoy great views and food from the bay. it's all happening on the main post lawn from 11:00 to 4:00. the event is free to attend. a bay area restaurant is
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teaching elementary school kids how to cook their very own pizza. kron four's vicki liviakis takes a look in this mornings edition of "dine and dish." what kid doesn't like pizza? but how many know how to make it from scratch... (student) first you do the dough, before that you have to have to make it rise and stuff. cheese, lots of bacon. bacon on it. here at alamo elementary in the city's outer richmond neighborhood - kids are getting a hands on lesson from a real life chef. (kid) he's dante cecchini from fiorella - the little cal- italian restaurant up the street.(chef) they all did a great job and i was happy to have their help. and the pizza ingredients come straight form the school's student garden.(teacher) all the students here helped the garden grow and they helped make the pizzas today. parents are happy - because it teaches kids where food comes from... and how to whip up a tasty meal at home.
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kids like it for obvious reasons.(student) i liked eating the pizza but i like putting on the cheese. they get to fire up their concoctions in the restaurant's wood fire oven for a pizza party. the best pie combo is added to the menu. and to top it off... with each sale of the winning pie - 10% goes back to the school's art department. besides - who knows which one of these pie makers might end up - a celebrity chef! (students) come to fiorella and order the alamo pizza it's for our school. in san francisco - vicki liviakis kron 4 news. (will) take a look at this... you just never know who's watching you... n-f-l player mohamed sanu learned this recently on a flight. the atlanta falcons wide receiver tweeted a note he received from fellow passengers. it was from a family, thanking him for setting a positive example for their 10-year-old son. the note is signed, "the family
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that sat behind you." sanu wrote on twitter that the note "definitely put a smile on my face." the atlanta falcons also weighed in on twitter, calling sanu "a role model both on and off the field." ad lib final 7 day forecast thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and ton have assembled.
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